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, but -- >> we had the best -- >> same unemployment rate for the eight years of clinton as for the eight years of bush, 5.2, 5.3. >> but i'm looking at the last 60 years. >> right. >> cutting taxes and reducing regulations does not produce job growth. and the record backs it up. the record backs it up. >> but that's like talking in a vacuum without any of the external factors. >> not over 60 years. s acraze aas casey stengle saidn look it up. >> over 60 years the united states of america has always grown at about 3.2%. >> i'm talking about job creation. >> you can look it up. >> it is eloquent but the fact is you've got to have decisive ways of increasing investment in this country so you can create jobs that's going to require a change in the law, a change of policy, governor romney is being decisive about it and frankly the president looks very weak and indecisive and doesn't have a plan to make things better. what are we going to do, mark time for another four years? think of the damage that does not just to the country but to individual people. it's time for a change. >> ed, out of curiosi
can see right now they are down about 80 cents. >> bill clinton would love to win one. and he's nominated. >> he is nominated. >> i'm just wondering, if they were trying -- i'm trying to figure out whether it would help or not. if the guys that do try to influence our elections over here, europe has better ideas for who should lead our country than we do, we think anyway. >> i'm looking through the list. i don't see anybody mentioned twice yet. >> i don't think you can win twice. if it were bill clinton, does it help or hurt in the re-election of barack obama? i think it sort of help because he gave the big speech. but then again, you compare the two. i'm not sure -- they need to think carefully. if they're trying to help obama in the election, which the euro trust tries to do -- >> i think it's a nonstarter. >> want to rile the republican base up? >> i think a lot of people would look and say there was a president that -- >> mother teresa. >> there are some good ones. >> the dalai llama. >> did you see he gave a speech last night. >> who? >> clinton gave a speech last night a
and your studies is not possible, as bill clinton said at the democratic convention it's arithmetic. >> can we taxle the deficit without affecting the middle class? >> if i were vice president biden i'd put that back on the table and push it because it's too late to change your position 30 or 40 days before the election in a campaign that's gone, you know, for a year and a half. it's too late especially on an issue which you've been talking about every single day for those 18 months. it's too late. i'd take the view you can't change your position on something like that 30 days before the election, you can't change your position on repealing every fapset of obama ca facet of obama care or every facet of dodd-frank. we have a debate tonight, so to say nevermind, that doesn't work. you're asking me from a biden point of view. >> i understand, but you can't -- is it fair to ask president obama how he's going to deal with the deficit if we don't eventually look at broadening the base and including the middle class? because there's been studies done that show you can tax the people that the presi
. this is the tightest security since bill clinton visited back in '99. 7,000 police officers are on duty, they're lining the streets. and we're here at the square where the violence and riots have usually taken place. the square is very slowly but surely filling up with people and i'm guessing there's around 1,000 to 2,000 protesters here. the public unions and private sector unions are staging a three hour strike for their workers to be able to established this rally. right now it is very peaceful, but we'll keep you updated on what's happening the next couple of hours. back over to you. >> i thought that they were banning protests today to try and keep the situations from getting out of control. >> you're absolutely right. but these protests by the two busiest unions, the private and the public sector unions, they have already been confirmed. so will he can actually go through. but of course they want to block off the city that there will be any impromptu protests over the next couple of hours and they can't rule out that there will be clashes with the police as more and more people are trying to stre
grounded. remember jimmy carter with anwar sadat and was it clinton, we tried for so long. so watching that, i think style will matter more than substance because a lot of the substance got lost and then the style i don't think favored joe biden last night. maybe you have a different opinion. >> no, i don't think the style favored joe biden and i think that was the byproduct of what he was trying to provide to the democratic ticket and did which is a level of aggression really going after paul ryan almost from the beginning. and going after mitt romney in a way that president obama didn't do and wishes he had done in denver last week. we've seen some movement toward mitt romney in the polls. you saw that when joe biden raised the 47% video and went very hard about the values that mitt romney expressing there. but of course that provided an opening for paul ryan to come back at joe biden and his reputation for say things in the exactly the right way. >> i think the vice president very well knows that sometimes the words don't come out of your mouth the right way. >> but i always say what i m
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